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Nanogen has finished beta-testing its ASRs for mutations in the CFTR gene and has begun a controlled launch of the products, which are associated with cystic fibrosis.

Nanogen also released a 3-SNP ASR for mutations in the HFE gene, which are associated with hereditary hemachromatosis. The firm also began beta-testing its Assay Tool Box product, which is expected to roll out by the end of the month.

Two other products began beta-testing, according to Nanogen: a test for beta-thalassemia and a multiplex ASR for Factor V and Factor II.

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